Source: Heritage on the Edge
Description: Our changing climate is the most pressing and universal concern we face. The effects of a warming planet are already seen on an alarming scale. The resulting impacts are taking a toll on the infrastructure, ecosystems, and social systems that provide essential benefits and quality of life to communities. This unfolding crisis requires urgent action. Families and whole towns must be relocated from increasingly uninhabitable terrains. So what place does cultural heritage, history, and the arts have in conversations of such real-time responsibility?